Eastern White Pine Wood Flooring

Looking for Premium Eastern White Pine Wood Flooring?  Browse our unlimited possibilities of creating textured flooring that will enhance the natural beauty of Eastern White Pine Hardwood.  If you have any inquiries contact a professional to explore all of the options you have in designing your next floor.  There are many more options available than those shown below.

Eastern White Pine
Northern Midwest & Northern Atlantic States
Alpine Originaltm
Mostly large, tight, well defined with some broken or cracked.
Nail/Bolt Holes:
Grain Pattern:
Mostly flat wide grain.
Percentage Sapwood:
Blonde to pale yellow.
2.1 lb./Sq. Ft.
Tight grain.
Standard Dimensions:
a. Thickness: ¾”
b. Width: 3 ¼”, 5 ¼”, 7 ¼” – Call for wider available widths.
c. Length: 2’ – 12’ long typically.
Textures Available:
Smooth, Circular Sawn, Skip Sawn, 3D, Draw Knife Distressed, Chalet.
Additional Options:
Machine, Hand Scraped or Draw Knife Beveled Edges & Ends, Pegs.
Texturewood® flooring can be installed on and above grade level. It is not recommended that this flooring be installed below grade. Installation procedures may vary (i.e. reclaimed versus new floors, or strip versus plank flooring, etc.) We recommend consulting with a professional flooring installer, and following National Wood Flooring Association installation guidelines.
Moisture Content:
Shipped at 6%-8.5% average. Moisture content may vary some based on the humidity level of the installation site. Therefore, we recommend flooring be acclimated on the job site in the same environment in which it will remain once installed, for a period of 1 to 3 weeks.
Texturewood® unfinished solid wood. Consult with your professional flooring installer for jobsite finishing.
Texturewood® precision tongue & groove edges with standard double cut & squared ends. End matching available upon request.
Will expand and contract less than Red Oak.
We recommend 8% – 10% cut and waste on traditional sub floor installations.
Janka Rating:
Character marks such as knots, checks/cracks, sap, and natural color and grain patterns will vary in each plank within a sample. Therefore, your floor may vary somewhat from samples and pictures shown.

Texturewood® flooring products are processed from solid kiln-dried stock lumber. These flooring materials should be acclimatized and installed in accordance with the National Wood Flooring Association recommendations. As each installation is unique, we urge you to contact a professional flooring installer for recommendations concerning jobsite evaluation and installation. Please contact your Texturewood® representative with any questions, or go to our installation page for general tips and guidelines on installation.